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From: Vincent J (
Subject: Re: Highlighting Help!
Date: August 23, 2009 at 1:30 pm PST

In Reply to: Highlighting Help! posted by Kris on August 23, 2009 at 1:02 pm:

Sounds like a permanent color was used for your lowlites. It then oxidized to the raw orange
color. The best way to fix this is to have your colorist do a VERY fine lowlite in the same areas
using Redken shades EQ. I have find this to be one of the best colors to use when adding
dimension to hilited hair. It is also important to go a touch darker to overcome the brassy
tones. If your hair is a level 6 light brown I would suggest using a formula of 2 parts 06gb
and 1 part 05n (06gb is a warm color but in this formula gives a very soft and natural looking
hilite.).As long as a very fine weave is used this will correct the color without changing the
depth and will not affect your blonde. Any toner that would be strong enough to minimize
the orange would also ash out your blonde too much .
It is very important to only use a semi permanent color to correct this situation, preferably
only the Shades EQ,
This is what I would use in this situation.
Hope this helps out.

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